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10:39

Gibraltar

The 'Rowing Marine' sets off on an epic journey from Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Stormy days lay ahead but Lee Spencer, the 'Rowing Marine', was all smiles before setting off from Ocean Village on Tuesday for an epic journey, rowing solo and unsupported to Venezuela. Lee, a former marine who lost a leg in an accident, is

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as 'The Rowing Marine', is back in Gibraltar to prepare for his latest challenge. On Wednesday 12 December this former Royal Marine plans to set off from the Rock and row 3,800 nautical miles, solo and unsupported, to South

11:23

Local

Aula del Mar releases recovered sea turtle

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A sea turtle, measuring 48 centimetres and weighing seven kilos, was released on Monday after being cared for by Aula del Mar marine animal centre in Malaga. The animal had been found distressed, but without serious injury. After spending a few days ... in a small observation tank under the watchful eye of marine experts, it was concluded that bits of plastic that the turtle had ingested were causing digestive and buoyancy issues, explained the Aula del Mar.

12:05

Gibraltar

'The Rowing Marine' has to postpone trip

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as The Rowing Marine, has had to postpone his attempt to become the world's first physically disabled person to row solo from Europe to South America because unfortunately his mother has been taken seriously ill and he has

13:08

Local

Information panels in English along coast

Eugenio Cabezas

...point, as well as showing photographs of marine life in the 14 areas and a photographic map. All of the panels give the information both in Spanish and English and offer advice on safety as well as details of the province's biodiversity.

14:03

Opinion

Our waste, their pain

PETER HARRISON

Animal lover or not, everyone who saw it on television must have been moved by the sight of a seal that had come close to death by starvation due to getting a rubber ring around its neck. Someone had carelessly been playing with it on a beach when it

12:02

Gibraltar

A look back at the Gibraltar news in 2018

Debbie Bartlett

...of its students. The new schools will have separate toilets for males and females, a gender-neutral one and accessible facilities for people with disabilities. December Rowing Marine sets off Disabled former Marine Lee Spencer left Gibraltar to

12:20

Gibraltar

Suspected illegal immigrants arrested

Debbie Bartlett

Five men, believed to be Moroccan, and one Spanish man were arrested by the Marine Division of the police on Wednesday afternoon, most for entering Gibraltar without a valid permit and one for assisting others to enter another state. The officers

11:59

Local

Baby dolphin rescued on Fontanilla beach

N.C.

Marine biologists rescued a baby dolphin that was stranded on central Marbella's Fontanilla beach on Monday. The baby animal, which was extremely thin and covered in parasites, according to onlookers, was taken to Malaga's CREMA marine

17:18

LifeStyle

A life-long dedication to marine birds

Tony Bryant

...in Torremolinos for 37 years, is one person who has had such encounters. A Yorkshireman with an energetic sense of humour, Andy is a respected ornithologist who has spent more than 65 years studying marine birds. Andy Paterson is considered an ... ornithology books (Andy has a signed copy of this book ) and he decided the name would be perfect for his new hero. Today, the modest marine bird expert has several books under his belt and he is considered a leading figure among the bird watching sector ... in Spain. After dedicating practically his entire life to studying and recording rare marine birds at various locations around the world, the Yorkshire man has recently published his memoirs. Andy's latest book, Guiri Pajarero Suelto, (foreign